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David Steadman of the University of Florida at Gainesville has shown from fossil bird bones that most Pacific islands had species of flightless rails, which are members of the same family as British coots and moorhens. Humans arrived on the scene and now only New Zealand and Henderson Island have any rails. For example, some 12 years ago there was a secure living to be had by specialist parasites of the mammoth.
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About years later the last known population of mammoths became extinct, along with their specialist parasites. Natural selection does not act for the long-term good of a species by some invisible hand. The absence of this invisible hand is obvious in the exploitation of many natural resources, such as fisheries. Left to their own devices, fishermen catch all the fish they can, invest the proceeds and collect the interest.
Any altruistic fisherman who catches less than he is able to loses out to his laissez-faire competitors. His altruism is unlikely to alter the long-term decline in fish stocks. The free market is a powerful way of maximising short-term gain, but ignores long-term consequences. These ecological chain reactions contributed the collapse of some coastal ecosystems. If similar changes occur in the open ocean they are bound to be massive in scale, and probably difficult to reverse. This is why Boris Worm tries to assess changes in marine biodiversity, to understand the consequences of these changes and how to halt or reverse deleterious trends.
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I really enjoyed this book. While I am not generally a huge sci-fi fan I was recommended this book by a friend. The character development was great and the unique short flashbacks allowed me to understand the characters better than usual. I found it interesting to see where each of them had come from, which helped them play their particular part in the story. I was surprised and pleased at the ending and I really enjoyed this book.
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